Stanford’s Multiple Event Wins Not Enough To Combat USC’s Depth On Day 3

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By Sarah Lloyd, Swimming World College Intern

 

400 IM

If you didn’t watch this swim live, you should go back and watch it on the replay. Stanford’s Ella Eastin absolutely crushed the field–her 3:59.30 left everyone else in the dust on her way to her second individual win of the meet. California senior Kelly Naze was a distant second with a 4:06.56 and her junior teammate Celina Li took third with a 4:08.56.

Event 8  Women 400 Yard IM
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    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Eastin, Ella           FR STAN-PC           4:03.82    3:59.30   32  
       25.32    29.09    29.98    29.42
       34.02    35.01    28.64    27.82
  2 Naze, Kelly            SR CAL-PC            4:08.57    4:06.56   28  
       25.48    29.08    31.22    29.92
       35.51    36.42    29.94    28.99
  3 Li, Celina             JR CAL-PC            4:08.53    4:08.36   27  
       25.85    29.90    31.15    31.09
       35.36    36.01    29.80    29.20
  4 Ross, Marlies          FR ASU-AZ            4:12.87    4:09.23   26  
       26.59    30.89    31.83    31.26
       35.39    35.56    29.65    28.06
  5 Williams, Kim          FR STAN-PC           4:14.26    4:10.22   25  
       26.70    30.16    31.95    32.01
       35.65    35.65    29.73    28.37
  6 Stevens, Leah          FR STAN-PC           4:11.32    4:10.25   24  
       27.21    31.30    32.27    31.59
       35.33    35.54    29.02    27.99
  7 Anderson, Jordan       FR UTAH-UT           4:13.85    4:12.31   23  
       26.30    30.04    32.75    31.83
       36.12    36.47    29.92    28.88
  8 Upshaw, Arlyn          SR UCLA-CA           4:12.64    4:13.72   22  
       26.59    30.22    32.36    31.45
       36.71    36.97    29.98    29.44

100 Butterfly

California’s Farida Osman did it again tonight with a quick 50.53–the only woman in the field to go sub-51. USC senior Kendyl Stewart was second with a 51.17, ahead of California sophomore Noemie Thomas, who was in for a 51.40.

 Event 9  Women 100 Yard Butterfly
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    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Osman, Farida          JR CAL-PC              51.18      50.53   32  
       10.93    12.89    13.41    13.30
  2 Stewart, Kendyl        SR USC-CA              51.96      51.17   28  
       10.67    12.93    13.28    14.29
  3 Thomas, Noemie         SO CAL-PC              51.15      51.40   27  
       10.81    12.82    13.44    14.33
  4 Bootsma, Rachel        SR CAL-PC              52.09      51.64   26  
       11.05    13.50    13.42    13.67
  5 Ochitwa, Annie         FR ARIZ-AZ             52.09      51.73   25  
       11.12    12.98    13.53    14.10
  6 Worrall, Lucy          SR USC-CA              52.57      52.29   24  
       11.33    13.11    13.41    14.44
  7 Rumrill, Mackenzie     FR ARIZ-AZ             52.41      52.36   23  
       11.14    13.08    13.74    14.40
  8 Engel, Lindsey         SO STAN-PC             52.72      52.48   22  
       11.15    13.09    13.91    14.33

200 Freestyle

Stanford junior Lia Neal nabbed her first individual title of the meet with a convincing win in the 200 free. Her 1:42.50 was almost two seconds ahead of USC’s freshman Kirsten Vose (1:44.19). California’s senior Liz Pelton secured a third place finish with a 1:44.59 to round off the podium.

Event 10  Women 200 Yard Freestyle
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    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Neal, Lia              JR STAN-PC           1:43.98    1:42.50   32  
       23.40    25.57    26.55    26.98
  2 Vose, Kirsten          FR USC-CA            1:44.54    1:44.19   28  
       23.93    25.96    27.02    27.28
  3 Pelton, Elizabeth      SR CAL-PC            1:44.83    1:44.59   27  
       24.62    26.56    26.78    26.63
  4 Chenault, Chelsea      JR USC-CA            1:45.37    1:44.82   26  
       24.49    26.33    26.79    27.21
  5 Stenkvist, Henriette   SR USC-CA            1:45.62    1:45.32   25  
       24.59    26.39    26.93    27.41
  6 Schick, Taylor         SR ARIZ-AZ           1:45.39    1:45.48   24  
       24.65    26.70    27.15    26.98
  7 Stafford, Nicole       JR STAN-PC           1:45.22    1:45.63   23  
       25.02    26.68    26.89    27.04
  8 Acker, Rachael         SR CAL-PC            1:45.84    1:45.98   22  
       24.80    26.77    27.15    27.26

100 Breaststroke

Stanford added another individual win to its collection with senior Sarah Haase’s win in the 100 breast. her 58.02 was over a second ahead of USC freshman Riley Scott, who was easily second with a 59.31, another second ahead of Arizona’s senior Emma Schoettmer (1:00.32).

Event 11  Women 100 Yard Breaststroke
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    Name                 Year School            Prelims     Finals Points 
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Haase, Sarah           SR STAN-PC             58.25      58.02   32  
       12.58    15.05    14.85    15.54
  2 Scott, Riley           FR USC-CA              59.44      59.31   28  
       12.74    15.49    15.29    15.79
  3 Schoettmer, Emma       SR ARIZ-AZ           1:00.35    1:00.32   27  
       12.94    15.26    15.71    16.41
  4 Garcia Urzainqui, Mar  JR CAL-PC            1:00.90    1:00.58   26  
       13.09    15.36    15.95    16.18
  5 Kafka, Kelsey          JR USC-CA            1:01.66    1:00.93   25  
       13.36    15.41    15.89    16.27
  6 Hayward, Riley         JR USC-CA            1:01.44    1:01.03   24  
       13.34    15.53    15.93    16.23
  7 Martelle, Alexandra    SO ARIZ-AZ           1:01.70    1:01.70   23  
       13.11    15.86    16.07    16.66
  8 Schanz, Emma           FR UCLA-CA           1:01.84    1:01.94   22  
       13.79    15.71    16.06    16.38

100 Backstroke

It was a close race in the 100 back. Stanford grabbed another individual title for the tally, though, with sophomore Ally Howe‘s 50.71. California answered back with senior Rachel Bootsma and freshman Amy Bilquist taking second and third with 50.76 and 50.81, respectively. These were the only three women under 51 in the field.

Event 11  Women 100 Yard Breaststroke
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    Name                 Year School               Seed    Prelims        
==================================================================
                      === Preliminaries ===                       
 
  1 Haase, Sarah           SR STAN-PC             58.27      58.25  
       12.70    15.08    14.98    15.49
  2 Scott, Riley           FR USC-CA              59.79      59.44  
       12.62    15.28    15.58    15.96
  3 Schoettmer, Emma       SR ARIZ-AZ           1:00.52    1:00.35  
       13.29    15.27    15.73    16.06
  4 Garcia Urzainqui, Mar  JR CAL-PC            1:03.05    1:00.90  
       13.16    15.54    15.93    16.27
  5 Hayward, Riley         JR USC-CA            1:01.67    1:01.44  
       13.17    15.66    16.04    16.57
  6 Kafka, Kelsey          JR USC-CA            1:00.86    1:01.66  
       13.39    15.55    16.07    16.65
  7 Martelle, Alexandra    SO ARIZ-AZ           1:01.80    1:01.70  
       13.21    15.66    16.23    16.60
  8 Schanz, Emma           FR UCLA-CA           1:01.64    1:01.84  
       13.52    15.71    16.04    16.57

400 Medley Relay

Stanford took one more win of the night in the 400 medley relay with a 3:26.25, about four seconds ahead of second place California (3:30.17) and a New American record, Stanford’s second of the meet. California just edged out USC, who took third with a 3:30.31.

 

 1 STAN-PC  'A'                        3:30.53    3:26.25   64  
     1) Howe, Ally SO                 2) Haase, Sarah SR              
     3) Hu, Janet SO                  4) Neal, Lia JR                 
  2 CAL-PC  'A'                         3:37.64    3:30.17   56  
     1) Bootsma, Rachel SR            2) Garcia Urzainqui, Marina JR  
     3) Osman, Farida JR              4) Bilquist, Amy FR             
  3 USC-CA  'A'                         3:30.62    3:30.31   54  
     1) Weiss, Hannah SO              2) Scott, Riley FR              
     3) Stewart, Kendyl SR            4) Apostalon, Anika JR          
  4 ARIZ-AZ  'A'                        3:32.71    3:31.02   52  
     1) Ochitwa, Annie FR             2) Schoettmer, Emma SR          
     3) Rumrill, Mackenzie FR         4) Konopka, Katrina FR          
  5 UCLA-CA  'A'                        3:35.32    3:35.27   50  
     1) Mack, Linnea JR               2) Schanz, Emma FR              
     3) Grover, Katie SO              4) White, Madison JR            
  6 UTAH-UT  'A'                        3:39.17    3:37.42   48  
     1) Kawaguchi, Megan SO           2) Robertson, Genevieve FR      
     3) Marsh, Jenna SO               4) Butter, Dorien SO            
  7 ASU-AZ  'A'                         3:43.11    3:39.99   46  
     1) Jonsdottir, Ingibjorg JR      2) Ross, Marlies FR             
     3) Spadoni, Marina SR            4) Simonovic, Kat JR            
  8 WSU-IE  'A'                         3:41.30    3:40.47   44  
     1) Olson, Loree SR               2) Hall, Frederikke SR          
     3) Brolin, Anna SO               4) Bruggman, Hannah SO          
  9 ORGU-OR  'A'                        3:46.04    3:49.01   42  
     1) Amr, Amani SR                 2) Isleta, Czsarina JR          
     3) Toulemonde, Constance SR      4) Young, Andrea JR             
       27.30    58.59    29.04  1:02.85
       25.54    56.13    24.20    51.44
 -- ARIZ-AZ  'B'                        3:46.09   x3:41.24  
     1) Garcia, Taylor FR             2) Martelle, Alexandra SO       
     3) Powell, Aly FR                4) Sutherland, Ashley FR        
       25.39    52.81    28.61  1:02.02
       26.06    57.16    23.19    49.25
 -- ORGU-OR  'B'                        3:49.28   x3:49.92  
     1) MacEwan, Sophie JR            2) Ochs, Alice JR               
     3) Meyer, Brooke JR              4) Hecker, Anni JR              
       27.57    57.67    29.65  1:04.45
       26.10    56.54    24.15    51.26
 -- UTAH-UT  'B'                        3:46.11   x3:52.32  
     1) Pabst, Hailey SO              2) Bull, Sydney JR              
     3) Stein, Alex FR                4) Pataray, Kristine JR         
       28.25    57.60    30.07  1:04.67
       25.98    57.20    24.18    52.85
 -- ORGU-OR  'C'                        3:53.06   x3:57.96  
     1) McLaggan, Claire SR           2) Shigeta, Corrine SO          
     3) Lam, Megan FR                 4) Maimon, Tair JR              
       28.69  1:00.60    30.05  1:04.76
       26.87    58.26    25.32    54.34
 -- WSU-IE  'B'                         3:46.12         DQ  
     1) Kelly, Ciera FR               2) Lindberg, Elsa FR            
     3) Locke, Elise JR               4) Love, Haley JR               
       26.37    56.25    29.21  1:03.19
       25.96    55.65    24.50    51.48


Scores - Women Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 311 1. University of Southern Calif 951 2. Stanford University 946 3. University of California, Berk 890.5 4. Arizona, University of 740 5. University of California - LA 657 6. Utah, University of 349 7. Arizona State University 346.5 8. Washington State University 304 9. Oregon State University 218
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Author: Sarah Lloyd

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Sarah Lloyd is a senior distance swimmer, Academic All-American, and History/Art History double major at Division III Kenyon College. Before heading to Ohio, she swam for Peddie School, a private boarding school in Hightstown, New Jersey.

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